Parents, students and advocates protest cuts to after-school programs in Greenpoint

Parents, students and advocates gathered today in Greenpoint demanding that the city stop making cuts to after school programs. Organizers say they are very concerned

Advocates say city budget cuts to these programs

Advocates say city budget cuts to these programs are affecting 50,000 children and families. (October 17, 2013 9:13 PM)

Parents, students and advocates gathered today in Greenpoint demanding that the city stop making cuts to after-school programs. The nonprofit organization St. Nick's Alliance holds its after-school programs at the Arts at Renaissance Center in Greenpoint. Organizers say they are very concerned because the amount of money going into the program has dwindled significantly in recent years. Protesters...

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